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Ruby Squares: Marlborough area embroiderers' mark their 40th anniversary with an exhibition

Written by Tony Millett on .

Ruby Squares: Marlborough area embroiderers' mark their 40th anniversary with an exhibition

Centre stage - literally - at the Marlborough and District Branch of the Embroiderers' Guild exhibition at the Kennet Valley Hall in Lockeridge, are the embroidered squares members were asked to make to mark the branch's fortieth birthday.  

Preparing for the Ruby Birthday last autumn, Chairman Yvonne Miles challenged

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JS Bach, Beethoven and Chopin at St Peter's Church: was this the best recital of the current series?

Written by Christopher Rogers on .

JS Bach, Beethoven and Chopin at St Peter's Church: was this the best recital of the current series?

The April recital in the ‘Brilliant Young Pianists at Saint Peter’s Church’ series was given by Kausikan Rajeshkumar, who was born in London in 1990.   Kausikan was offered scholarships at both the Royal Academy of Music and the Royal College of Music, but chose to read music at Cambridge graduating

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Review: Brilliant Young Musicians at St Peter's Church - cellist and pianist make a perfect duo

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Review:  Brilliant Young Musicians at St Peter's Church - cellist and pianist make a perfect duo

The latest in this popular Brilliant Young Musicians series of concerts was given to a very large audience at St Peter's Church on Sunday  (February 21) by Chris Graves (cello) and Alison Rhind (piano).

Alison is a respected ‘collaborative’ pianist working mainly on a repertoire of piano with strings. 

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Gerald Seymour: the thriller writer who just loves story-telling

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Gerald Seymour: the thriller writer who just loves story-telling

 

The White Horse Bookshop brought the internationally respected  thriller writer Gerald Seymour to Marlborough Town Hall on Wednesday (January 27) for a well-attended "Evening with..." session.

Interviewed by the bookshop's manager Angus Maclennan, Seymour was in an impish mood: "Thank you all for coming out on a January

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Wiltshire Museum’s new exhibition raises lots of laughs - and some serious thoughts

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Wiltshire Museum’s new exhibition raises lots of laughs - and some serious thoughts

 

The sound of laughter is not heard too often in the exhibition rooms at Wiltshire Museum in Devizes.  But artist Jane Williams' Fibs and Fibulae exhibition at the museum is certainly changing that.

This is a touring exhibition from the Leasingstede Museum- which is a small village museum with its

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